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    I am looking for a water face wash recipe. What I am looking for is (really hard to explain) but it looks like water, is in a pump container and you use it with cotton to take off your makeup. I just can seem to replicate the brand so if any of you ladies that create your own face washes have any ideas I would really appreciate.

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    Wash your face with raw milk. It is an effective cleanser.

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    **Virgina Lovell** Female

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    I don't know if you consider exfoliating a form of face wash but I exfoliate using coffee grains. Try it.

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    **Katheryn Gumba** Female

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    To help heal dry skin and prevent its return, dermatologists recommend the following.

    Apply moisturizer immediately after washing, Use an ointment or cream rather than a lotion and Use only gentle, unscented skin care products.

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    is milk cream beneficial in face pack or not?

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    Hello friends please share any face pack for oil skin

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    **Shiza khan** Female

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    Olive Oil. Save. You Will Need. ...
    Milk. Save. You Will Need. ...
    Honey And Lemon Cleanser. Save. You Will Need. ...
    Cucumber And Tomato Cleanser. Save. You Will Need. ...
    Chamomile Tea. Save. You Will Need. ...
    Apple Cider Vinegar. Save. You Will Need. ...
    Rose Water. Save. You Will Need. ...
    Gram Flour And Turmeric. Save. You Will Need.

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    **Ellen Debem** Female

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale91 View Post
    For Dry Skin:

    4 tsp. Borage Herb (starflower) – relieves dry skin

    2 drops Chamomile Essential Oil – softens skin

    2 drops Sandalwood Essential Oil – moisturizes dry skin

    For Oily Skin

    4 tsp Yarrow Flowers – has astringent effect

    2 drops Juniper Essential Oil – a tonic for oily skin

    2 drops Rosemary Essential Oil – has astringent effect

    You can add your favorite essentail oils for your desired fragrance maybe a drop will do…Add the herbs to the hot water and let simmer for a few minutes, and then add the drops of essential oils right before the steam.

    When the homemade facial steam is ready, lean over the bowl and covers your head with the towel to capture the steam. Remain for 10-15 minutes.

    After the steam, allow the face to cool down and dab the skin with a organic lotion, then proceed with your skin care regimen.

    I hope this helps somehow.
    Wow this looks awesome! I will have to give it a try this weekend. I get a lot of the same issues when I go camping. Thanks!


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